Fr. Lampe reflects upon John’s gospel reading in which Jesus prays that His Father will protect his sheep from the Evil One, consecrating them in the Truth. He discusses Jesus’ prediction that wolves would come into the flock of Christians and mislead them. God is Truth – if we want to know Him, we must […]
Fr. Goring discusses how many Christian denominations have been split due to differences in sexual ideologies. He then reviews how this thinking is now penetrating the Catholic Church. Many Church leaders are fearful to take a stand to defend traditional Catholic teaching.
Fr. Goring discusses the evidence that the Catholic Church has been infiltrated by those who want to change Church teaching on sexual morality.
Father speaks of Passion Sunday and the fact that Our Lord hid Himself from His enemies before the time of His Passion had begun. Father then compares Our Lord’s betrayal by His own to what is going on now at the highest levels of the Church. Father points out that homosexual activists actually have a […]
Fr. Altier explains that God’s law is eternal. Jesus stated he came to fulfill the law, not to abolish God’s law. But many people believe they know better than God.
Fr. Kirby discusses the proposed Equality Act and its dangerous ramifications for people of faith. Christians must speak-out and oppose this legislation.
The first reading for the Seventeenth Sunday of Ordinary Time is taken from the book of Genesis, Chapter 18 and tells the story of Sodom and Gomorrah. In response to this reading, Fr. Nick VanDenBroeke gives an excellent homily on the Catholic Church’s teaching regarding homosexual behavior.